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Black Camel is a good restaurant for an on-the-go meal that is healthy, filling and affordable at the same time. This restaurant serves some of the most amazing sandwiches in the city, and the reason why they probably have such a loyal fan following is that they pay attention to the diner's needs and personalize the order as per their preferences. Other dishes on the menu include chili and brisket along with a range of sauces and toppings to pick from. They do not have plebty of seating, but they do have a small patio area.
Around the corner from Ryerson University, Salad King Restaurant feeds the young and hungry for lunch and dinner. The cafeteria-style seating houses long stainless steel tables anchored by wooden benches in a space that reveals a cool Asian-fusion vibe. Healthy portions include popular dishes like the famous Phud Thai and Green Curry. Many of the mains feature a choice of chicken, beef or vegetarian while you can test your spice tolerance on any dish with up to 20 chillies. Finish your meal with a classic Thai dessert, Mango Sticky Rice, a sweet serving of fresh mangoes accompanied by rice dressed in palm sugar and coconut milk. Prepare to wait in line during peak dining periods.
Seor Ak San Korean Restaurant is your quintessential Asian restaurant, serving sizable quantities of delicious food at low prices. The restaurant has basic decor, but it's the food that matters, right? They serve absolutely yummy Korean fare, with the standout dishes being their pork bone soup or gam ja tang, banchan mandu soondobu and bibimbap. The service is basic, but you can be assured of getting your order quickly.
Your search for the perfect taco ends here. Seven Lives Tacos-Y-Mariscos is a small restaurant that serves some of the most amazing tacos you might have had in the city. Their fish tacos such as shrimp tacos and octopus tacos are heavenly, and come in humongous quantities. One can also order a refreshing beverage to go with the tacos. The staff is friendly and patient, and will even suggest things from the menu. The restaurant is very small, so it is advisable that you have take-out.
Located on the Queen Street West in Chinatown, Banh Mi Boys' popularity relies solely on the select Korean and Vietnamese delicacies that are served at a considerably lower price. This small, crammed shop is a great place to start off on the East-Asian culinary route as it offers tastefully prepared lemongrass tofu, traditional five spice pork belly sandwich and steamed bao. The flavors are authentic and the preparations never fail to impressing even the most discerning foodie.
Home to the legendary Peameal Bacon Sandwich, the Carousel Bakery is a definitive must-stop, must-eat spot on any self-respecting foodie's epicurean itinerary. Simply placed on a soft Kaiser Bun, the special chunk of secretly sourced peameal bacon lends just the right amount of moisture and taste to its bun, making it nothing less than a culinary feat for thousands of fans who stop by the bakery every weekend. Tucked inside the historic St. Lawrence Market, the sandwich's fans include celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse, Bobby Flay, and other well-known figures like Drake and Catherine-Zeta Jones, to name a few. The wildly popular bakery is known to sell nearly 2600 units of the famous bacon sandwich on a usual Saturday, so be prepared to wait in line if you want a bite of this award-winning snack. Besides the sandwich, the Carousel Bakery also offers a range of baked goods, pastries, wraps, and bagels.
Situated in Richmond Hill, Big Daddy's is a welcoming American dine boasting a cozy ambiance and a menu which makes you feel at home. If you are in the mood for a hearty breakfast or a filling daytime meal, Big Daddy's will do the trick for you. Choose from a range of dishes like jumbo chicken wings, New York steak, hearty burgers and classic club sandwiches and pair them with a side of onion rings or poutines. Big Daddy's is also a premier source of entertainment, housing a stunning repertoire of acoustic open mics and marvelous musical ensembles.